Our greatest wrath should be levelled at those breathy voices that fake concern about school shootings. If they really wanted to stop them—they would attack the problem with common sense.
Instead of screaming, tilting at windmills, sponsoring useless protests, and Marxist legislation they should be forced to face the facts.
These words, from the song For what it’s worth by Buffalo Springfield is prophetic to right now: “There’s battle lines being drawn, Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong.”
Intellectual gridlock keeps us from a cure. Politicians will scream at each other. Celebrities will shed crocodile tears on late night shows. Millions will be poured into maintaining a great falsehood.
What you will not see is truth and honesty about this horrible subject. Most will simply want to appear to care.
They will drag out the usual suspects. Here they are:
1. WE NEED TOUGHER GUN LAWS! If that is so, why is Chicago—with the strictest gun laws in America—a killing field?
Question: We aren’t we enforcing the laws we have already. How will a new law help?
Every mass shooting involved—either a law that was not enforced—a killer who fell through the cracks (by schools who just wanted to make them some else’s problem)—officers who refused to confront the shooter—or, agencies like the FBI, that ignored warnings.
In a chilling development, The New York Post reported this: “Before Nikolas Cruz carried out his mass killing at a Florida high school this week, police responded to his home 39 times over a seven-year period, according to disturbing new documents.”
It’s not fair to pin this completely on them but one thing must be asked: If you can’t, or won’t, enforce the laws already on the books why add more?
The fact that this is all they can come up with, shows they are not after solutions—but are simply blathering the mantra of their agenda. Here comes more agenda…
2. WE CAN’T JUDGE PEOPLE . This mindless sound bite is endangering all of us. Here’s is the real culprit: silence in the face of obvious derangement.
This boy was identified as a menace several times. But no action was taken. Why? It is because we have created a society that accepts all behavior and there’s a tyranny to judge anyone.
When people in San Bernardino noticed neighbors carrying vast armaments into their house and chanting in Arabic, they said nothing. They admitted they didn’t want to be labeled racist. The next day, those terrorists next door killed 14 people and seriously injured 22.
Neighbors in Mesquite, Nevada noticed heavy weaponry loading into a house with all the windows blacked out. I know of no reports to the police. Not long afterward, Stephan Paddock, opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, leaving 58 people dead and 851 injured.
Famed professor Jordan Peterson related something that happened in a University classroom. A six-foot blonde man stood before the class and said he was in fact, a five-year-old black girl. The teacher asked if any student thought it was weird. No one spoke up. In a secret poll 22 of them admitted it was weird but were terrified to speak out.
IT’S WHITE SUPREMACY! Another mantra is white supremacy. It only took minutes for a writer to claim Nikolas Cruz was part of a white supremacist group. It went everywhere. But alas it is fake news. “Leon County law enforcement sources told the Tallahassee Democrat that they could not find information linking Cruz, 19, to the Republic of Florida Militia, as first reported by the group’s self-proclaimed leader Jordan Jereb.”
Did they retract that report? Of course not, it doesn’t advance the narrative. The drumbeat of racism is required to delay the truth. It pays bills and distracts from our real problem.
GET THE GUNS! We have a glaring double standard: Every leftist politician has body guards who carry guns. Every courthouse has them. Every bank has them. But for our children, it is a sacred cow not to have them. Madness.
Depression and mental illness is pandemic. Why? We load the nation down with pills. Why? The root cause of is too terrible to consider. The machine that cranks out a Nikolas Cruz operates with impunity. Here it comes…wait for it.
We are guilty of destroying the family. We created a swamp for children to demonize themselves. In our zeal to make everyone right, everything legal, we cursed ourselves with appetites we were not prepared to face. We loosed a monster.
We are a nation of take out. The beast won’t let us sit down to a home cooked meal. But we don’t just take out our food. We take out prayer and believe it makes us better. We take out father figures. We take out church—and even some churches take out church—and think it will help find ourselves. We take out marriage and magically expect it to improve life for children.
By shaking our fist at God, we have created a society so miserable, so lonely, so fearful that they are despairing of life and losing natural inhibitions. We have torn down the natural hedges against violence and debauchery.
We won’t admit the existence of evil. Nikolas Crus is evil. He willfully gave into the undertow of evil. Satan filled his heart, but he asked for it. He told authorities that voices in his head told him how to carry out the shooting. Many boys writhe in worse circumstances, and don’t kill people.
If a society refuses to admit evil how will they stop it in the future? As the saying goes, the greatest trick Satan ever pulled was to convince people he didn’t exist.
He doesn’t exist because, admitting he exists, invariably leads to an admission about God, right and wrong and repentance. We are wicked and full of sin but would rather mask it under impotent laws, crank science and political correctness.
What a moment for the church! We have words of life for this horrendous moment. We have pulpits that can go back to the Bible and thunder truth. We have the awesome power of prayer. We can tell the masses the truth. We can be like Peter in Acts 2:40 “ He went on in this vein for a long time, urging them over and over, “Get out while you can; get out of this sick and stupid culture!” That is exactly what I am going to do.